'Ancient and Modern' - Concert for the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music

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'Ancient and Modern' - Concert for the London Festival of Contemporary Church Music

Date and time

Friday 16 May, 6–7pm

Room 36

The Choir of St Pancras Parish Church, conducted by Christopher Batchelor

Tickets

Admission free

Performed by the Choir of St Pancras Parish Church and conducted by Christopher Batchelor, this concert will feature one of the most famous Renaissance masses, Palestrina's 'Missa Papae Marcelli', alongside motets by contemporary British composers.

LFCCM

The London Festival of Contemporary Church Music [External link] is based at St Pancras Parish Church and exists to promote the composition and performance of contemporary liturgical music for choir and organ.

Gregory Rose, conductor, composer, and patron of the Festival, says:

"The LFCCM is a precious and unique opportunity for the annual showcasing of new sacred works at the highest possible level. It thoroughly deserves its important place in the spectrum of contemporary music in London."

Programme

Palestrina, 'Kyrie' from the 'Missa Papae Marcelli'
Gregory Rose, 'Dum Transiset Sabbatum' (2012) world premiere
Palestrina, 'Gloria' from the 'Missa Papae Marcelli'
Ronald Corp, 'Laudate Dominum' (2011)
Palestrina, 'Credo' from the 'Missa Papae Marcelli'
Tark O'Regan, 'Surrexit Christus' (2004)
Palestrina, 'Sanctus' from the 'Missa Papae Marcelli'
Richard Pantcheff, 'Rise Heart' (LFCCM 2014 commission) world premiere
Palestrina, 'Benedictus' from the 'Missa Papae Marcelli'
Cecilia McDowall, 'I know that my redeemer liveth' (2009)
Palestrina, 'Agnus Dei' from the 'Missa Papae Marcelli'
Alexander L'Estrange, 'My song is love unknown' (2007)

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